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Editorial board of the issue: There remain barriers to the growth of Citizen Energy in Lithuania. In Germany, this transformation has involved greater decentralized production of renewable energy at a local level, thus creating opportunities for citizen energy.
Citizen Energy entails SMEs and private individuals generating renewable power and feeding this back to the electricity grid, earning revenue in the process. This 6 7 paper explores the extent to which the energy transition in Germany can be seen as a social transformation whilst making limited comment on the Lithuanian context.
The Energy Transition Policy and Outcomes for Citizen Energy Whilst Germany is committed to the goals of the EU s Climate and Energy Packagestipulating member states to renewable energy and energy efficiency targets European Commissionits national Energy Transition Policy can be seen as something of a model, in terms of promoting decentralized energy generation.
The Renewable Energy Law was introduced in and is one of the main components of the Energy Transition. Under the law, feed-in tariffs are paid to producers of renewable energy. Feed-in tariffs are payments that remunerate generators according to the type and volume of renewable energy they produce and are fixed for twenty years.
Environmental entrepreneurs wreak environmental creative destruction, replacing existing economic structures with environmentally preferable ones Schaltegger, In the German energy market, these new entrants have taken market share from existing large energy utilities and are disrupting the energy market.
Economic entry barriers for entrepreneurial activity in the German energy market have been alleviated and this has contributed to the growth of citizen energy in Germany.
Feed-in tariffs have created opportunities in the renewable energy market, through enabling the capture of value from the generation of renewable power. Given the difficulties environmental entrepreneurs encounter in accessing finance O'Rourke,with Loock, describing financing as one of the most important bottlenecks for the diffusion of renewable energy P.
Increasing decentralization of energy provision in Germany has stimulated entrepreneurial activity in the sector and led to the emergence of a vibrant group of SMEs engaged in renewable power.
A possible perspective on this restructuring of the energy industry is that it represents a crowdsourcing of the provision of energy in Germany. In the context of the energy market, smaller-scale generators, including SMEs and households demonstrate this presence and availability, in that they are contracted to supply energy to the grid for twenty years in order to receive the feed-in tariff.
To an extent they have a fast reaction, in that it does not take as long for smallscale generators to set up a project or for householders to install renewable energy appliances. German entrepreneurs, participating in the study, highlighted the contribution of these new entrants to the energy industry in driving the Energy Transition: There are millions of energy producers now in Germany and this public ownership is why renewables have so much public support More than half of the expansion of renewable energy in Germany has been driven by citizens.
The investment in and the implementation of renewables has been driven by individuals by the public here in Germany Up until recently in Germany, we had a monopolistic energy market. Firstly, there is the recognition that the Renewable Energy Law has been a catalyst in supporting the growth of smaller producers in the market.
Thanks to the feed-in tariffs, these producers have enjoyed greater security in terms of the returns that they will receive for the energy they produce and the tariffs have also incentivized investment by external financiers through reducing market risk.
It is argued that the existence of opportunities for citizens to earn money in generating renewable energy has reinforced public support for the Energy Transition policy. If citizens have greater involvement in the transformation of the energy sector, then they are far more likely to be willing to pay for the costs of government promotion of the dissemination of renewables.
There is implication of 8 9 distrust in the energy utilities in Germany and that the rise of smaller energy generators has redressed this situation, with these new entrants weakening the power of monopolistic actors that dominated the market previously.
Indeed, it is suggested that the growth of citizen energy will ultimately lead to fairer prices and correspond to a more socialist vision of how the market should be organized as opposed to a capitalist one, perhaps hinting at a degree of inherent exploitation under the previous structure of the energy market.
In Germany, thanks to the Renewable Energy Law, smaller scale providers and the public have enjoyed unprecedented opportunities to participate in the production of energy. This represents a social transformation in that it, to a certain extent, democratizes control over this fundamental social and environmental good.
Recent Reforms to the Energy Transition Policies and their Potential Impacts Whilst citizen energy has developed strongly over recent years, recent reforms to the Renewable Energy Law threaten to undermine opportunities for this entrepreneurial activity. Fromfeed-in tariffs for small-scale generation will be replaced by more market-orientated mechanisms.
These measures are in response to controversy about the cost of promoting renewables and are designed to rein in these costs. However, German entrepreneurs expressed anxiety as to how smaller operators would be affected by these changes: Currently, the Renewable Energy Law the way it is being implemented.
These entrepreneurs believe that the government s commitment to the Energy Transition is waning, in light of these reforms, and that they would achieve great progress if the government simply left them to flourish. Respondents were experiencing reform fatigue, stating that they could not keep up with the pace of reforms and that it was difficult to plan in the face of such uncertainty and that certain reforms would involve a long period of adaptation: For my firm, it is important that the legislation does not change every year that there is continuity, certainty Even as this reform is being ratified, they are already working on the next stage of reforms where is the security?
Certain firms are clearly struggling to cope with the effects of the restructuring of the support mechanisms: RWE They have neglected this movement decentralised energy.
This suggests that incumbents are influencing these reforms to try to change the direction of the renewable energy law in their favour, to suit their capabilities. The responses from the interviews demonstrate major concern that the attempts to better integrate renewables into the energy market could, in fact, be highly detrimental to this successful citizen energy movement that has been one of the main traits of the Energy Transition in Germany.Juridiniai asmenys (JA) Juridinio asmens sÃ Â voka.
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